Charles C. Johnson (@ChuckCJohnson)

Fresno, L.A., up in the air

The below is an off-site archive of all tweets posted by @ChuckCJohnson ever

December 17th, 2013

SpitBallTalk @ChuckCJohnson @qz a different point of view. My uncle who attended MIT they gave pass fail to all freshmen due to suicide rates. Yrs ago…

via Twitter for iPhone (retweeted on 11:38 PM, Dec 17th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

Confession of an Ivy League teaching assistant: Here’s why I inflated grades qz.com/157579 via @qz

via Twitter for Websites

Harvard kids are used to thinking they are the bomb but come on now.

via Twitter Web Client

TomKattman @TwitchyTeam @Doc_0 See the 2014 Obama/Mandela tribute now…. pic.twitter.com/zN98WX3wmJ

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:49 PM, Dec 17th, 2013 via Twitter for Websites)

Ed Schultz: Employee-stiffing, tax-dodging man of the people dailycaller.com/2013/12/17/ed-… via @DailyCaller

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BradThor Do as Progressives say, not as they do: @msnbc’s Ed Schultz: employee-stiffing, tax-dodging “man” of the people dailycaller.com/2013/12/17/ed-…

via Twitter Web Client (retweeted on 5:06 PM, Dec 17th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

marklevinshow Another deranged MSLSD host fb.me/3syR09SIB

via Facebook (retweeted on 5:06 PM, Dec 17th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

JonFRice .@ChuckCJohnson It’s incredibly disturbing how often grading is based on ideology.

via Twitter for Android (retweeted on 4:57 PM, Dec 17th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

This is the kid who wasted a Harvard education. iq.harvard.edu/people/eldo-kim

via Twitter Web Client

Harvard bomber “enjoys playin pool, trying new restaurants, watchin terrible cult films, & playin w/ his Mini Schnauzer puppy.” Not anymore

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If I were hiring, I’d hire the kid from Harvard who got a C. It probably means he fought with the teacher and isn’t a Marxist.

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Harvard student who called in bomb threat majoring in psychology w/ Japanese minor. What was so hard about a school where everyone gets As?

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gabrielmalor I think @RosieGray figured out that sometimes reporters change jobs. Must credit Buzzfeed. buzzfeed.com/rosiegray/cons…

via Hootsuite (retweeted on 3:42 PM, Dec 17th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

@bentonhowser @katherinemiller @RosieGray Nope. They called up Booker and he said trust me, here are some rental checks without verifying.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to bentonhowser

All things considered, a BuzzFeed hit piece where people praise my research skills & credit me with stopping Syria war is kind of awesome.

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@katherinemiller I didn’t see much difference between a freelancer selling his notes & then selling a different story to another outlet.

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Ed Schultz: Employee-stiffing, tax-dodging man of the people dailycaller.com/2013/12/17/ed-… via @DailyCaller

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@katherinemiller Like all of them. I was paid for research I had already done. It’s like paying to borrow someone’s notes.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to katherinemiller

@RosieGray Not true. I was paid for research I had already done months before story appeared about Booker’s college days, not Newark time.

via Twitter for Websites in reply to RosieGray

@katherinemiller It would be nice if they got basic facts right.

via Twitter Web Client in reply to katherinemiller

Pumped that BuzzFeed is writing a hit piece against me!

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TheFIREorg In new @reason, @CathyYoung63 looks at eroding due process protections on campus: reason.com/archives/2013/…

via Sprout Social (retweeted on 11:31 AM, Dec 17th, 2013 via Twitter Web Client)

Murdoch’s phone hacking scandal looks like child’s play compared to NSA surveillance state.

via Twitter Web Client

DailyBaller Ed Schultz: employee-stiffing, tax-dodging man of the people bit.ly/1kbJQ0q (via @ChuckCJohnson)

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Ed Schultz: employee-stiffing, tax-dodging man of the people dailycaller.com/2013/12/17/ed-… via @DailyCaller

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Public opinion! amzn.com/k/sEWGt985TieV… “Without public approval a newspaper cannot live; the people can destroy it any day by merely …

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